Friday, November 18, 2005

The "sadder" the case, the better chance you have for paperSarpy County District Judge Zastera lets former OPS elementary school teacher- meth user and her husband get paper for possession even though police had ample evidence of constant drug activity around their home. A judge sentenced a former Omaha schoolteacher to probation today, calling her meth-related case "one of the saddest cases I've ever seen." Sarpy County District Judge William Zastera sentenced Lynn Weibel, 45, of Bellevue to two years probation for misdemeanor attempted possession of a controlled substance. Zastera also sentenced her husband, Michael Weibel, 49, of Bellevue to 30 months probation for the more serious felony charge of attempted possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver. Weibel was a fourth-grade teacher at Wakonda Elementary School in north Omaha. She resigned after her arrest in June, said Luanne Nelson, school district spokeswoman. Just last Spring, police arrested an Omaha magnet school teacher also dealing drugs, she "needed the money." So thats why OPS needs to merge districts, to dilute their sad underpaid pool of educator talent?

1 comment:

ptg said...

I don't think it takes too much to get judge Zastera's heart bleeding. Where's the outrage?